Updated on Feb 28, 2020 01:45:05 PM
Equivalent to a 30- to 36-size glow engine for sport and scale airplanes weighing 3.5–6 lb (1.6–2.7 kg)Ideal for 25- to 36-size 3D airplanes up to 4.5 lb (2 kg)Ideal for models requiring up to 800 watts of powerHigh-torque, direct-drive alternative to inrunner brushless motorsIncludes mount, prop adapter and mounting hardwareQuite, lightweight operationExternal radial rotor design—5mm shaft can easily be reversed for alternative motor installationsHigh-quality construction with ball bearings and hardened steel shaftSlotted 14-pole outrunner design
The Power 32 is designed to deliver clean and quiet power for 30- to 36-size sport and scale airplanes weighing 3.5 to 6 pounds (1.6 to 2.7 kilograms), 25- to 36-size 3D airplanes up to 4.5 pounds (2 kilograms), or models requiring up to 800 watts of power. It's an especially good match for the Gee Bee Tiger Moth, TopFlite DC-3, Phoenix Sonic 25 and 3D airplanes such as the E3D.
Hardware is included with the purchase of this motor.
Maximum operating temperature: 220 degrees Fahrenheit.
Adequate cooling is required for all motor operation at maximum current levels.
Maximum burst current duration is 15 seconds. Adequate time between maximum burst intervals is required. You will need...
60A brushless ESC
3–5S Li-Po or 10- to 16-cell Ni-MH/Ni-Cd
11x7 to 14x10 prop
How to Determine a Model's Power Requirements (68 KB)
Replacement for a 30- to 36-size glow engineBearings or Bushings:
One 5 x 14 x 5mm Bearing, and One 5 x 11 x 5mm BearingWire Gauge:
14Recommended Prop Range:
11x7 to 14x10, (10x10E tested on 5S in Sundowner 36)Voltage:
.02 ohmsIdle Current (Io):
2.40A @ 10VContinuous Current:
42AMaximum Burst Current:
60A (15 sec)Cells:
10–16 Ni-MH/Ni-Cd or 3–5S Li-PoSpeed Control:
200 g (7.0 oz)Overall Diameter:
42mm (1.70 in)Shaft Diameter:
5mm (.20 in)Overall Length:
50mm (1.90 in)
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